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Dereck
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Greetings, everyone! I looked through several good opinions in the internet on the subject of agents and private guided tours, then wanted to take the person for my journey. However, I have not a typical situation. My husband and I intend to take a trip by auto (first overseas) at the end of autumn. So, the trouble is that we'll travel with our pet, German pinscher, because we have completely no one who might keep him, so we want to travel all together. Are in that country any places to stay where we could be with a dog? Please response me.

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Just a small advice for you:

It's practically impossible to import your dog to Indonesia for holiday-purposes. The import requirements, the minimum quarantaine period, the necessary paperwork and licenses will cost you way more - both in money and time - than paying for a good shelter for your dog in your home country.


http://www.bayucottages.com in Amed - East Bali

ardianto
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Besides the reasons Amed mentioned above, dogs are generally supposed to be not 'haram' in Indonesia. Your dog will be much better off in a boarding house or such in your home country.

Also, all the hassle involved in bringing your dog to Indonesia will give you a hard time getting around here, you will not be able to fully enjoy your holidays. Indonesia is not (fully) able to facilitate travelers with dogs.

For the sake of it's well-being, and being a pet lover myself, I strongly suggest not to take your dog with you.

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pPamela
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Hi,

If you have your own house or will still have a rented place to come to, why get a house sitter to move in and look after your dog whilst you are away.
I do a lot of house sitting here in Australia whilst people go on holidays and I get paid a small amount to look after their house, their garden, collect their mail and feed and take care of their animals.
Their animals are extremely happy because they are still living in their familiar surroundings and there is someone to love them and feed them.
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